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Family Road TripAmericans spend a sizable amount of time in their cars, which makes it essential to keep certain products handy for comfort and in case of emergency. You most likely have a tire jack and jumper cables inside your trunk, but you will find that several products need to be stored within arm's length. Here are 5 items you should keep in your glove compartment.
  1. Documentation: At minimum, you need to keep the car's owner manual, evidence of insurance as well as your registration papers within the glove compartment. You may also decide to include emergency contact numbers and both you and your family's health background in case of an accident. All this could be saved inside a document organizer for safekeeping. Don't include your car's title; that causes it to be simpler for carjackers to steal and sell your vehicle.
  2. Pen and paper: A little notebook and pen can prove useful in a number of situations, from jotting down items you have to buy at the supermarket to swapping information after any sort of accident.
  3. Chargers: Mobile phones have grown to be basically permanent accessories to all of us. Have a vehicle charger nearby, as well as a charger for your portable GPS. This will keep you from worrying about your electronic devices dying when you really need them.
  4. Flashlight: A flashlight can be used for an easy task, like finding some loose change that you simply dropped, or much bigger tasks, such as altering a tire or checking your car's fluids during the night.
  5. Tissues: Tissues, napkins and wet baby wipes are all useful for wiping up spills and cleaning other messes. Throw in a bottle of hand sanitizer too; you can use it on your hands or dab it onto a tissue to get rid of small stains.
We'll help find you the right auto insurance policy for your needs and wallet. Call Auto Insurance Discounters at (816) 252-2255 for more information on Kansas City auto insurance.
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Sharon Wilson Smith said...
Thanks for your informative article about the things to keep in the cars glove compartment. I agree that your complete documentation including insurance, manual and registration papers must be with you when driving. My husband bought a car so Id like to make sure he is reminded of the papers he needs when hes driving. Ill make sure to have him read your blog about the important things to keep in the car. http://www.rljonesinsurance.com/home.php
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